Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Boundless"

The meaning of "Boundless" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does They assert the almost boundless capacity of humans to pursue their individual and collective perfectibility. mean?
A: I'll start from the bottom.

Perfectability is perfect + ability.
Collective is "all together" or "group power".
Individual is 1 person or thing.
Pursue is to follow a goal with determination.
Capacity is similar to capability.
Boundless is with no limits.
Assert is confident speech or actions.

So, humans have almost unlimited capabability to perfect themselves, both as a single person and as a group. This is what is said strongly.

Synonyms of "Boundless" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between boundless and unlimited ?
A: They mean the same!

Their originate from different words.

Bound - to be held down or to be joined.


Limit - where no more is allowed or achieved. Its maximum capacity.
Q: What is the difference between boundless and infinite ?
A: When something is boundless, it has no limits. When something is infinite, there is no real way to measure it because it will go on forever. When you are describing something as being boundless you would probably be referring to the fact that there is a possibility that whatever you are describing can go on forever, where as if you describe something as infinite it is usually large to begin with.
Q: What is the difference between boundless and infinite ?
A: to my knowledge there isn't really a difference. For example, you could say 'the possibilities were boundless' but you could also say 'the possibilities were infinite' and it would mean the exact same thing.

Translations of "Boundless"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? boundless
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